Extra on ‘political school revival:
The two pupils have completed their PhD from JNU and are campaigning in Nagpur for over a yr now
The 2 have started consulting ‘intellectuals’ to re-establish the political faculty.
Das who completed his PhD in Political Technology gave the subsequent inputs about the schools:
One in all the faculties installed in 1956 had 15 college students in its first batch
The school closed within the identical yr alas, after Dr Ambedkar’s demise
The school ran for handiest eight months and became looking for an excellent most important then
The objective of the school became to teach upcoming political leaders through inculcating Buddhist outlook in them
Training and equipping individuals with parliamentary legislative processes and behaviour became thefaculty‘s goal.
“The over-enthusiastic politicians underestimated and unnoticed his notion of political college. Because thetime passed, neither any faction of the RPI, nor some other political groups including Bahujan Samaj Party(BSP) valued or observed it in any way,” Ms. Uike (the JNU student) said.
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